Criminal Defense Attorney

Criminal Defense Attorney | Andrews & Sanders Law Offices

Arrested? Call a Defense Attorney Right Away.

If you’ve been charged with a crime, every decision you make could have serious consequences for your criminal defense case. You don’t know that your words or actions could end up making your situation worse. Rather than hiding yourself in fear of making the wrong move, it is wise to contact someone who knows exactly how to handle your situation. Don’t hesitate to make the right decision and contact a criminal defense attorney right away to ensure that your rights are protected.

At the law offices of Andrews & Sanders in Savannah, we have extensive experience defending clients against criminal charges under Georgia law and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.We are knowledgeable and well seasoned in this area of defense. If you’ve been charged or believe you are being investigated, now is the time to act. Contact us for a free phone consultation with a profession criminal defense attorney.

Giving Careful Attention to All Criminal Charges

Our firm’s criminal defense practice is headed up by Doug Andrews, a former prosecutor and president of the Savannah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He understands the criminal justice system inside and out. He has been a part of criminal prosecution and defense, and as such, he is a strong adviser for the possible paths to take in a criminal defense case. Our group of criminal defense attorneys are ready to take your case on. We defend clients against a wide range of felony and misdemeanor criminal charges, including but not limited to the following:

  • Drunk driving (DUI)
  • Military crimes
  • Sex crimes (sexual assault, statutory rape, child pornography, etc.)
  • Violent crimes (aggravated assault, armed robbery, homicide, etc.)
  • Drug crimes (possession, distribution, manufacturing, etc.)
  • Domestic violence (spousal abuse, child abuse, etc.)
  • Weapons offenses (illegal possession, use in a crime, etc.)
  • Theft (shoplifting, embezzlement, fraud, burglary, etc.)
  • Traffic violations (speeding tickets, reckless driving, suspended license, etc.)
  • Juvenile crimes

Any criminal charge is a serious matter that requires careful attention and thoughtful counsel. We will conduct a detailed investigation of the facts in your case and will analyze them in light of the applicable law as well as our practical experience with the criminal justice system. We are fully prepared to go to trial and to represent you on appeal if necessary. We stand firm and ready to protect your rights and interests.

If you are a member of the military, you could face additional consequences if you are convicted of a crime allegedly committed off base. This may include administrative discharge, among other charges. There are rules and consequences of the state that you may encounter, as well as those of the military, from whom you are employed. We are familiar with the military consequences of criminal charges, and have experience in defending those accused of such. Our criminal defense attorneys are well equipped to assist and advise you on the best path for your circumstances, while taking the military and state consequences of your alleged actions into careful consideration.

Whatever charges you may be facing, it is best to call an experienced criminal defense attorney to handle the situation. Going it alone may have you ending up worse than you started. Here in Savannah, we offer you our legal expertise on this matter, and more, and we assure you that we will give your case our specific and personal attention. We will be firm where necessary, and understanding as well. If you or someone you know has been charged with criminal indictment, contact us as soon as possible to discuss how we can help you mount an aggressive criminal defense.

Call for your free consultation in Savannah: 866-959-3108.

Based in Savannah, Georgia, we serve clients throughout Coastal Georgia, including Springfield, Rincon, Pooler, Brunswick, Darien, Statesboro, Hinesville, Richmond Hill, Pembroke, Woodbine, Bloomingdale, Hindsville, Garden City, Pooler, Port Wentworth, Thunderbolt, Tybee Island and other communities in Chatham County, Effingham County, Liberty County, Bryan County, Bulloch County, Long County, McIntosh County, Glynn County and Camden County. We also represent service members at Fort Stewart Military Reservation and Hunter Army Airfield, and we handle certain military law matters for clients nationwide.